Saturday, November 16, 2013
Green Energy Park
“The biggest thing is that people have to recognize the energy resources their community has. It might not be obvious,” says Timm Muth of North Carolina. Be it food waste, wooden pallets, pig poop — all of those are things you can turn into... energy, he says. Muth helped divert methane gas from an old landfill in North Carolina to power a group of artists' shops called Green Energy Park. What not-so-obvious energy sources are hidden in your community?